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sounds of "t" "d" "s" "z" the letter "t" in Portuguese, when sounds[t],when sounds[tʃ]; the letter "d" in Portuguese, when sounds[d],when sounds[dʒ]; the letter "s" in Portuguese, when sounds[s],when sounds[ʃ]; the letter "z" in Portuguese, when sounds[s],when sounds[z]?
Oct 11, 2008 3:05 AM
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Letter t - in every words the letter t you read it [t]. There's no portuguese words with the [tʃ]. Letter d - in every words the letter d you read it [d] (__d__ado). There's no portuguese words with the [dʒ]. Letter s - when you find the letter s between 2 vogals you read it [z] (t__eso__ura) when you find the letter s between 2 consonants you read it [ʃ] (su__bst__antivo) when you find the letter s between 1 vogals and 1 consonat you read it [ʃ] (b__ast__ou) when you find the letter s between 1 consonat and 1 vogal you read it [s] (pe__nsa__) when you find the letter s in the begining of the word you read it [s] (__s__al) when you find the letter s in the end of the word you read it [ʃ] (casa__s__) when you find 'ss' you read it [s] (pa__ss__a) Letter z - you always read letter it [z] (__z__ebra)
October 12, 2008
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